Ambitious Singapore, ever-intent on being first, wants to lead the digital revolution in Asia Pacific. So say government agencies Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) and the Media…
Though it celebrated "Ten Years Underground" this year, outlasting many of its original Park City naysayers, the Slamdance Film Festival proudly maintains a newborn's insouciance.
Hollywood is about to send a lot of postcards from Prague. At least 11 studio films set for release in 2004 were shot in the capital of the Czech Republic, vs. just three major pics last year…
Last year, a musical won the Oscar for best picture, comedies did great business, and studios were rapped on the knuckles for their excessive reliance on sequels and remakes.
After a boffo B.O. performance in 2003, the big question in Brazil is whether the local film industry will be able to hold on to its gains.
X Filme is finally coming down from its yearlong "Good Bye, Lenin!"-induced high and getting back to work, with six upcoming projects that aim to keep the company in the limelight.
Innovision Communications, one of India's top indie distributors of American and European films, has acquired several pics from Summit, Lakeshore, Initial and France's Gaumont.
The contrast is telling. While French art pic shingles shutter and struggle, Spanish ones are thriving.
It was Tom Cruise's moment, as Warner's "The Last Samurai" emphatically dethroned New Line's "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King" at the international box office.
Adam Dawtrey - London Eye
Gotham production is surging thanks in part to feisty outreach by the Bloomberg administration, a more robust economy and a weak dollar that makes it costlier to film outside the U.S. Come summer…